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Quick Guide to Rubber Extruded Gaskets

Rubber extruded gaskets, seals, and components are flexible, lightweight, long-lasting, and exceptionally durable. These parts are ideal for use in extreme and harsh environments, such as applications with significant chemical exposure or high-temperature environments.

At Frank Lowe, we are a leading custom manufacturing partner. We pride ourselves in our unrivaled ability to solve complex challenges for our customers. We offer a full range of innovative, tailored solutions designed to move your project from conception to completion.

And if you're looking for rubber extruded gaskets, seals, and custom components the team at Frank Lowe can often help. Let's take a closer look at rubber extruded seals, gaskets, and parts

How Are Rubber Extruded Gaskets & Components Made?

Extruded gaskets are run through an extrusion machine or an extruder. Then, the softened rubber compound is forced through a die to create the extruded rubber shape or necessary cross-section, such as hollow sections, cord shapes, and squares. Hollow sections and cross-sections add the compression element that is necessary for sealing. Common applications for hollow extrusion include

  • Vehicle sunroofs
  • Garage doors
  • Window panes
  • Windshields
  • Boat hatches
  • Vibration reducers
  • Window, door, and cabinet seals
  • Tubing
  • Window seals for mass transit.

The rubber extrusion process empowers us to deliver high-quality products across a range of applications.  

Extruded Rubber Gaskets & Seals

One of the top extruded rubber products we supply are rubber gaskets. Our extruded gaskets and rubber seals are used across a variety of applications and industries to drown out noise, protect from moisture, protect from extreme weather, and much more. At Frank Lowe, we offer rubber extruded gaskets and seals in a variety of shapes, including:

  • Trim seals
  • Locking gaskets
  • Cord
  • Squares
  • Rubber tubing
  • Custom hollow shapes
  • Rubber edge trim
  • And more

Don't know which shape would be best for your application? The team at Frank Lowe will examine the details of your application and guide you to the best-extruded rubber compound and shape to meet your needs.

Benefits of Rubber Extruded Gaskets & Components

The process of rubber extruding for seals, gaskets, and other components is extremely economical and efficient. From start to finish, the amount of material wasted is minimal. 

In fact, the costs of extruding rubber gaskets can be significantly lower when compared to other methods of production when volume is required.  Because rubber extrusion is a continuous process, we are able to deliver finished products in a vast array of different shapes. Key benefits of rubber extruded gaskets and products include:

  • Economical and very efficient
  • Variety of shapes available
  • Minimal waste
  • Lightweight and flexible products

And the team at Frank Lowe will work closely with you to suggest the best material for your application. We can create tailored solutions that meet a myriad of specifications, including resistance to: 

  • Fatigue
  • Cold
  • Heat
  • Friction
  • Aging
  • Abrasion
  • Color fade
  • Wear and tear
  • And more.

Contact Frank Lowe for Custom Rubber Extruded Gaskets, Seals & Components 

If you have custom manufacturing problems, the team at Frank Lowe can and will help. For more than 65 years, we have been the leading custom manufacturing partner. As such, we offer a full array of solutions designed. Whether it's comprehensive design assistance or expert die-cutting, we have the expertise to move your project from conception to completion. 

About the Author Randy Cohen

Since 2002, Randy Cohen has served as the Senior Vice President of Frank Lowe — leading Sales and Marketing as well as a variety of Administrative operations. Randy has 25 years of experience with a background in sales & marketing, production and business management, serving both government agencies and private industry. He holds a B.A from Syracuse University and a Masters and Professional Diploma from Fordham University. Randy uses his unique set of experiences to help businesses and entities across all sectors explore, pursue, and create better solutions.

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